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The Peer 2 Peer Support team, formerly known as the Senior Transformative Agenda Implementation Team (STAIT), was established in late 2013. It has a unique role to support Humanitarian Coordinators and Humanitarian Country Teams strengthen the delivery of collective humanitarian assistance and protection in field operations.

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Peer Support Missions

14.08.2018
Colombia

Colombia

The Peace Accord and the demobilization of FARC combatants is, in many ways, seen as a success story.  But the…

Peer Support Missions

24.10.2017
Central African Republic

Central African Republic

Since the end of 2016, the situation has deteriorated over a large part of the country.   The proliferation of armed…

Peer Support Missions

13.09.2017
Libya

Libya

A political agreement in 2015 helped to establish a Government of National Accord (GNA) in Libya. But despite the GNA’s…

Webinars View all

13.09.2017
Localisation: Local Actors as Equal and Strategic Partners? Field Perspective

Localisation: Local Actors as Equal and Strategic Partners? Field Perspective

A year ago at the World Humanitarian Summit, donors, UN…

13.06.2017
Gender Based Violence: How Can Field Leadership Make a Difference?

Gender Based Violence: How Can Field Leadership Make a Difference?

Gender Based Violence (GBV) depicts any harmful act that is…

10.05.2017
Humanitarian-Development Nexus: What is the New Way of Working?

Humanitarian-Development Nexus: What is the New Way of Working?

The majority of humanitarian operations around the world are protracted,…

17.01.2018
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts:  How HCT members can work better together.
13.09.2017
Localisation: Local Actors as Equal and Strategic Partners? Field Perspective

Localisation: Local Actors as Equal and Strategic Partners? Field Perspective

A year ago at the World Humanitarian Summit, donors, UN…

13.06.2017
Gender Based Violence: How Can Field Leadership Make a Difference?

Gender Based Violence: How Can Field Leadership Make a Difference?

Gender Based Violence (GBV) depicts any harmful act that is…

10.05.2017
Humanitarian-Development Nexus: What is the New Way of Working?

Humanitarian-Development Nexus: What is the New Way of Working?

The majority of humanitarian operations around the world are protracted,…

Learning Priorities View all

Gender Based Violence

Gender Based Violence

A new HCT Terms of Reference was endorsed by the IASC Emergency Directors Group in April 2017, which identified four…

The Centrality of Protection

The Centrality of Protection

Whilst protection is primarily the duty of member states and the parties to conflicts, Humanitarian Coordinators (HCs) and Humanitarian Country…

Collective Accountability to Affected People

Collective Accountability to Affected People

Accountability to affected people (AAP) gives affected people influence over decisions related to their need for support. It takes into…

Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

The 2015 IASC statement on Protection from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) calls for “reinforcing the responsibilities on PSEA for…

Videos View all

09.08.2017
Volker Turk, UNHCR Assistant High Commissioner for Protection

Volker Turk, UNHCR Assistant High Commissioner for Protection

The Importance of Leadership on Protection

09.10.2016
William Lacy Swing, Director General of IOM and IASC Champion on PSEA

William Lacy Swing, Director General of IOM and IASC Champion on PSEA

Preventing and addressing sexual exploitation and abuse: The role of humanitarian leaders

09.09.2016
Jamie McGoldrick, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen (2015 – 2018)

Jamie McGoldrick, Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen (2015 – 2018)

The 2016 Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen identified 21.2 million people in need of some form of humanitarian assistance, including over 14 million people in need of food, clean water, and healthcare

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